is a chronic condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue,
sleep disturbances, and cognitive issues. While there is no known cure for fibromyalgia, there
are several natural approaches that may help alleviate symptoms and improve overall wellbeing. Here are some natural supports that may be beneficial:
- Regular exercise: Gentle yoga stretching, low-impact aerobic exercise, such as walking,
water aerobics, or cycling, can help reduce pain and improve overall fitness. Start slow
and do a litle more every few weeks.
- Stress management: Stress can exacerbate fibromyalgia symptoms, in fact, most
fibromyalgia clients say their pain began with a “crash” or an emotional trauma. .
Techniques such as meditation and deep breathing exercises, can help relax the mind
- Adequate sleep: We all know that blue light from phones and tv’s interrupts the sleep
cycle. Fall asleep having pleasant thoughts of love and gratitude to ensure your sleep
has a hopeful theme.
- Balanced diet: A well-balanced diet can help support overall health. Eat only whole
foods, including fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Try gluten and dairy
elimination first for a month or two before eliminating other wholesome foods.
- Supplements: While it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before
taking any supplements, some people with fibromyalgia may find certain supplements
helpful. Examples include magnesium, vitamin D, omega-3 faty acids, and coenzyme
Q10. We recommend anti-inflammatory herbs and oils such as turmeric, Boswellia, and
- Alternative therapies: Various therapies, such as acupuncture, massage, chiropractic
care, and hydrotherapy, may provide pain relief and improve relaxation. Sauna has been
proven to reduce symptoms.
- Reduce chemical exposure: Try to use only natural products on your skin such as olive
oil or avocado oil. Avoid artificial scents in the home, even in the washer.
You can help yourself with these tips, and then contact a professional to help analyze your